Vegan Cuts Beauty Box is a monthly subscription box. This box runs you $23 a month, shipping included.
They promise to deliver 4-7 full and sample size products, 100% cruelty free, mostly natural and organic, and paraben free.
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The March box featured 6 items, and the total value was $65.

Here are my thoughts on what was inside!

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Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Lip Balm $4 value
This was one of my favorite items! This lip balm has a squeeze tube and the signature coconut and hibiscus scent but there is no real flavor to this. This stuff works amazing, and I have used it practically every day since getting it. It leaves lips hydrated but not sticky. I will definitely purchase this once I run out!
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Plantlife “Detox” Therapeutic Mineral Bath Salt $6 value
It is always nice to get a variety in these boxes, and this was a nice addition to the box. I didn’t find anything life changing or amazing about it, but it was a nice relaxing experience. I may in the future see what other kinds of items this brand offers.
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Hempz Fresh Coconut & Watermelon Herbal Body Moisturizer$7 value
This was another favorite item of this month! This moisturizer smells so fresh and sweet, it is one of my favorite scents of lotions I’ve used. The smell also does stay on the skin well. The consistency of this is really nice and lightweight. It does not feel sticky or thick, but leaves skin soft and shiny. I will probably buy a giant tub of this stuff once I use up this size.
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Londontown Lakur Nail Polish in “Brill-ant”$16 value
My number one favorite item of this box is this polish. I’ve been wanting to try this brand so this was a great opportunity to do so. I love the super metallic color, I think it is perfect for spring. Application wise this was one of my favorite brushes as it didn’t make a mess, maybe it is just the perfect size and product consistency. This polish also dried extremely fast, which is great for me because I usually fidget and mess it up. This also lasted really well for me, and the first few days were pretty chip resistant.
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Modicum Skincare Cleanser & Exfoliant$32 value
As I stated in my unboxing video, I was very hesitant to try this product because I am really happy with my current skincare routine and my skin can be pretty reactive. I looked up the ingredients, and the active ingredient in the exfoliant is one that I am unfamiliar with and couldn’t find in my ingredient dictionary. Regardless, I tried both cleanser and exfoliant anyways. The cleanser was alright. The smell of it, like the oil I had before from this same brand, almost smells peppery to me. It isn’t a bad smell but I don’t love it. The exfoliant also didn’t wow me, and I didn’t feel like I had any results after using it that I don’t get from other exfoliants. If I needed a cleanser and exfoliant I might use these, but I feel like for my skin I’ve used much better. On a positive note, the packaging is amazing and looks very sleek. These products may work better for more dry or mature skin, but for my combination skin it just wasn’t a match made in heaven.

Overall I was really happy with this months box, because I got three items that I have gotten a lot of use out of and will repurchase in the future. My favorite is definitely the nail polish, and I highly reccomend it!

You can sign up for Vegan Cuts Beauty Box here!

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MO

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